Lewisville ISD Taking White Power Signs Seen at Flower Mound Basketball Game Seriously

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WFAA
Not a good look.
Friday's Plano East versus Flower Mound boys basketball game featured three overtimes, multiple lead changes and a white power sign.

It makes sense that the student section at Flower Mound High School's basketball games would have a sign with the word "white" on it. After all, the Lewisville Independent School District school's colors are blue and white. It makes a lot less sense for the kid seen on the right of this photo to have a "power" sign.


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It's National Weather Person Day, Time to Remember Pete Delkus' Dick-Shaped Storm

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Pete Delkus via Twitter
I mean, what else could it be.
Twitter has informed Unfair Park that today is National Weather Person day. In deference to local weather god Pete Delkus, we're celebrating by remembering a year ago tomorrow, when we all laughed at a storm shaped like a dick.

Dick Storm, by the way, is an excellent porn name.

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Black Helicopters Are Landing On the Convention Center Again, Everybody Panic

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Max Geron via Instagram
Time to drag out the tinfoil hats.
From Dallas Police Department Major Max Geron, another reason for the North Texas truther brigade to get fired up:


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Yep, That's a Car Plowing Through the Bike Lane on the Jefferson Boulevard Viaduct

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Stephen Young
We highlighted the car in the bike lane because the photo was, in a word, shitty. Sorry about that.
This photo, taken from the passenger seat on my way home to Oak Cliff Saturday night, raises a number of questions. Chief among them: How exactly did the car get into the bike lane on the Jefferson Viaduct? There's no auto-accessible entrance on the downtown side, and the spaces between the pylons meant to keep bike riders safe from this sort of thing aren't exactly wide.

The invader continued in the bike lane the entire length of the bridge. After all, it would have been as hard to get out as it, apparently, was to get in. There were no bike riders on the bridge at the time, thank goodness.

Visual Proof of Dallas' Commitment to a Bike-Friendly Future: Parking Meters!

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Ben Reavis
Welp. We tried.
Presented, almost, without comment. This photo was taken by local architect Ben Reavis on Wood Street downtown. It features some newly installed parking meters immediately adjacent to a bike lane. Be careful out there people.

Justin Terveen Grabbed Some Incredible Shots of This Morning's Fogpocalypse

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Justin Terveen

There's not really any need for me to write much here, beyond noting that this morning was a very foggy one. Thankfully Justin Terveen got out in front of the fog, and he sent us these shots.

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Dallas' Finest Are Sporting Some Pretty Sweet Halloween Costumes

Dirk Nowitzki as Rev from Run D.M.C.



Dallas Police Chief David Brown as Wyatt Earp


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Man Wanted For Murder in Seagoville Looks Like Seagoville

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KDFW via Twitter
Logan Michael Drumm
This guy is wanted for shooting two people at a Seagoville trailer park Sunday afternoon. If you have seen him or know where he is, we apologize. You should also contact Seagoville police.

Is This the Best Rick Perry Photo of All Time?

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via Rick Perry's Twitter
They say a picture speaks a thousand words. This picture poses a thousand questions.
This morning, Texas Governor Rick Perry tweeted a photo encapsulating what is no doubt a very special approach to international relations. The picture largely speaks for itself, but let's ponder some of the major questions.

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Dallas Photographer Mike Mezeul Captured the Best "Blood Moon" Photo of All

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Mike Mezeul II
If you didn't stay up late on Monday night to witness the "Blood Moon," fear not. The cosmos have conveniently scheduled three reruns over the next two years. Can't wait six months? Observer freelancer Mike Mezeul II has you covered.

He's the guy who shot the time-lapse photo you've probably already seen on your social media feed. (When my mother-in-law posts it on her Facebook feed, describing it as merely "viral" is woefully inadequate.)

The Baltimore Sun's photography blog caught up with Mezeul for an explanation of how he did it. Short answer: He stood out in the cold for a really long time.

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